The NFL players union has set up a system to provide safe rides for its members.
The NFL Player’s Association Executive Director DeMaurice Smith and spokesman George Atallah joined the Junkies in studio on Thursday and fielded tough questions about player safety, the Redskin’s cap penalty, and much more.
Will the players union have more success exploring legal avenues against the NFL than the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys did? Yes, according to NFLPA President Domonique Foxworth who joined LaVar Arrington and Chad Dukes Thursday afternoon to discuss the collusion lawsuit the union filed against the NFL.
NFL players union chief DeMaurice Smith says the league isn’t exactly refuting his organization’s claim of collusion.
The players union claimed Wednesday that the NFL imposed a secret salary cap during the uncapped 2010 season that cost the players at least $1 billion.
The NFL Players Association again finds itself in a D.C. court, but this time it’s not to resolve a dispute with owners.
Two weeks ago, the NFL docked the Washington Redskins $36 million and the Dallas Cowboys $10 million in salary cap for actions taken during an uncapped season.
DeMaurice Smith welcomes congressional hearing on HGH but wants questions answered first.
The NFLPA agreed to a new labor deal, ending the NFL lockout.
While the hearing is the first sign of progress since the lockout began 25 days ago, it doesn’t mean that football is close to getting back to normal.